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  • Nuclear power debate: How much of our fear is rooted in propaganda?

     
    If you caught the April 1 episode of "This American Life," a fear of nuclear power may have been cemented. In one segment, actors read harrowing passages from "Voices from Chernobyl," a collection of interviews that documents how people were......
  • The G-8's declaration on the Arab Spring

     
    Full official text from the Deauville G-8 Summit Friday, May 27, 2011....
  • Hillary Clinton to head the World Bank? The answer is no, No and also NO!

     
    Hillary Clinton issues Shermanesque statement about heading the World Bank....
  • LEBANON: Former World Bank president shunned by students and faculty, withdraws from ceremony

     
    What has been coined the "Arab Spring" has gained momentum, this time in the region's most well-reputed and prestigious university, the American University of Beirut. The campus has been a scene of protests ever since the university decided to grant......
  • Demonstrations on Mexico drug war offered look at Mexicans abroad

     
    When large demonstrations in Mexico calling for an end to the drug war grew last spring, communities of citizens abroad perked up and took notice. Chatter began popping up on Facebook, Twitter and other social networks. Virtual groups formed. Mexicans...
  • IRAN: Tehran says no to nuclear swap

     
    Iran says it’s no longer interested in talking with the West about swapping nuclear fuel rather than making its own....
  • U.S. global economic competitiveness trails Sweden, Finland

     
    World Economic Forum says U.S. global competitiveness in fifth place...
  • WTO Rules On Whether Boeing Received Illegal Subsidies

    WTO Rules On Whether Boeing Received Illegal Subsidies
    The World Trade Organization has delivered a preliminary ruling on whether Boeing received billions in backdoor government subsidies, and Airbus is pleased with the verdict. The confidential ruling was sent to U.S. and EU officials on Wednesday. While it...
  • China still restricting foreign media, U.S. complains

    China still restricting foreign media, U.S. complains
    China has missed the deadline to comply with a World Trade Organization ruling to loosen state controls on foreign media, the U.S. trade representative said, delaying wider U.S. access to its fast growing market for films, music, books and other...
  • Radiation Detected in Sacramento, Levels Not Harmful

    A radiation monitor in California has detected a trace of radioactive material from the stricken nuclear power plant in Japan, the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organization said Friday, but an Environmental Protection Agency spokesman said it has found...
  • Japan damage could reach $235 billion, World Bank estimates

    The World Bank on Monday issued a report saying the damage from Japan's earthquake and tsunami could amount to as much as $235 billion and that limited effects from the disaster will be felt in economies across East Asia. Rebuilding in the aftermath of...